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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2008-02-19 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).

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92225 tokens ‧ 68778 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8919 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.269%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. austenitic
    • 2008 February 19, C. Claiborne Ray, “Magnetic Personalities”, New York Times:
      In types classified as austenitic, this does not happen.
  2. changements *
    • 2008 February 19, Alastair Macaulay, “From Tokyo, a ‘Raymonda’ Hints of the Romance of the Middle Ages”, New York Times:
      There were passages when her kind of quiet ease had real radiance, as when in her Act II variation she danced a serenely sparkling diagonal of changements on point, and she brought off the bourrées and hand claps of the “Hungarian” variation with cool authority.
  3. daruma
  4. dockage
    • 2008 February 19, Anthony Ramirez, “For Perhaps $490 a Month, a Home on the Hudson River”, New York Times:
      Keith Kerman, the chief of operations for the Parks Department, said the agency stopped issuing permits for year-round dockage in 1994 in an effort to gradually reduce the population of full-timers, who once occupied nearly all of the 116 permanent slips.
  5. electrifyingly
  6. immunocompatible
    • 2008 February 19, Natalie Angier, “What People Owe Fish: A Lot”, New York Times:
      You like having pairs of those sense organs, two eyes for binocular vision, two ears to localize sounds and twinned nostrils so you can follow your nose to freshly baked bread or the nape of a lover’s irresistibly immunocompatible neck?
  7. interfishal
    • 2008 February 19, Natalie Angier, “What People Owe Fish: A Lot”, New York Times:
      New research reveals that many fish display a wide range of surprisingly sophisticated social behaviors, pursuing interpersonal, interfishal relationships that seem almost embarrassingly familiar.
  8. judogi
  9. lipgloss
    • 2008 February 19, Motoko Rich, “In Books for Young, Two Views on Product Placement”, New York Times:
      A drawing in the hardcover edition, for instance, shows Cathy wearing “Cover Girl lipgloss ‘Demure,’ ” and “Waterproof Mascara —’Very Black’ ,” but it appears in the paperback version without any makeup noted.
  10. mesocorticolimbic
  11. nonaccredited
    • 2008 February 19, Reuters, “Chief of World Churches Council Stepping Down”, New York Times:
      The election will be in September 2009. Dr. Kobia, a Methodist whose doctorate was revealed last week to have been issued by a nonaccredited institution, said his decision was for private reasons.
  12. nonlodging
    • 2008 February 19, Martha C. White, “A Cure for the Airport Blues”, New York Times:
      Airport hotels are starting to court these nonlodging guests by introducing or enhancing amenities specifically aimed at them.
  13. psychopharmacologist
  14. pubgoer
    • 2008 February 19, John F. Burns, “Britain: Life Sentence in Beheading Plot”, New York Times:
      Described by witnesses as a keen cricketer and pubgoer until contacts with Islamic militants radicalized him on a trip to Pakistan, he was ordered to serve at least 14 years for the plot, and for supplying militants in Afghanistan with money and equipment.
  15. reconception
    • 2008 February 19, Alastair Macaulay, “From Tokyo, a ‘Raymonda’ Hints of the Romance of the Middle Ages”, New York Times:
      In a little episode in Act I called, appropriately, the Romanesca, Raymonda sits and plays a small harp; her friends Henriette and Clémence and Bernard and Bérenger step to the music in a measured walk forward that was Petipa’s consciously anachronistic reconception of a medieval dance.
  16. squidlike
    • 2008 February 19, Carl Zimmer, “Revealed: Secrets of the Camouflage Masters”, New York Times:
      Dr. Hanlon inspected the squidlike animals as he walked past their shallow tubs, stopping from time to time to ask, “Whoa, did you see that?”
  17. swimsuited
    • 2008 February 19, Richard Sandomir, “Promoting a Film, and Other Products”, New York Times:
      They didn’t want famous athletes posing with their swimsuited girlfriends or wives, as in the past, but they didn’t mind seeing the right male.
  18. threefer
    • 2008 February 19, Clyde Haberman, “New Yorker in the White House? Seems Like a Long Shot Now”, New York Times:
      We even prepared for a threefer in case the present mayor, Michael R. Bloomberg , he of ever-evolving party status, jumped into the race because he figured the rest of America couldn’t do without him.
  19. tuttis
  20. upbeats
    • 2008 February 19, Bernard Holland, “Out of Adventurous, Reactionary Vienna”, New York Times:
      This authority is not in the abstract; it appears in the integrity of Mr. Brendel’s dotted rhythms, and in his refusal to slight the full length of upbeats.


  1. worrrrrld
    • 2008 February 19, Christopher Buckley, “The Manchurian Conservative”, New York Times:
      I have the audacity to hope that Mrs. Albright inwardly held her nose while bestowing this baksheesh upon — as Keith Olbermann would put it — the worst person in the worrrrrld, but images of the event show the secretary of state smiling rather broadly.